Channel 4 is yet to renew Crashing for series 2

The release date for Crashing series 2 — Pending

This article has the most up-to-date info on the status of Crashing Series 2 as we continuously monitor the news to keep you in the know. Channel 4 is yet to make a decision on its future. Subscribe to our automatic updates below.

About the series

Crashing is a new British sitcom television series that debuted on Channel 4 on January 11, 2016. It is written by and stars Phoebe Waller-Bridge, is produced by Big Talk Productions and executive produced by Kenton Allen and Liz Lewin. The sitcom series contains six episodes.

The lives of six twenty-somethings intertwine in a dilapidated hospital where all of them live as property guardians. The problem with London`s ridiculously unaffordable rental prices is a complicated and serious one, and the series` take on it is hilarious and realistic. In her script Waller-Bridge brings together people who might have never crossed paths if it wasn`t for this legal squat. There are the somewhat stereotypical nervous nerd, the self-obsessed posh guy, the frank and goofy optimistic girl, and several other oddballs inhabiting the disused hospital.

Current season and possibility of renewal

Crashing`s debut is engaging and promising, as it taps into the millennials` issues in a very millennial way – edgy and outspoken. The critical reception has been mostly positive, with the majority of the critics warming up to the series starting with the second episode. The premiere episode was criticized for being overly self-conscious and basically being overboard on questionable issues – such as lesbian porn, vomit, date rape and tampon references crammed into quite a short bit of time. The series does, however, calm down later on without losing the edge, so there might very well be potential for Crashing down the road.

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